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			     Halloween Theme by  John Carpenter (REVISED)
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Tabbed by: 10kf.iskickass
Email: mds25@email.vccs.edu

Tuning: EADGBE

Note: This was revised, after much delay, ;) on 7-31-08. 

	I'd like to say that I know for a fact that this is 100% correct, as I have the song on my 
computer and I listened to it a ton to get all the numbers right. I love to just run through this 
song as fast as I can, it's great fun for beginners, too.


-Guitar 1- (no distortion)

Part 1
e|21-------21-------21----22-----| x6
B|---19-19----19-19----19----19--|
G|-------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------|

Part 2
e|20-------20-------20----21-----| x2
B|---18-18----18-18----18----18--|
G|-------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------|

Part 1 x2

Part 2 x2


-Guitar 2- (no distortion)
e|------------------------| This starts with the fifth repetition of part 1. Each strum starts and lasts through
B|------------------------| the whole repetition (like, 442 is played as one strum at the beginning of part 1, then
G|------------------------| 775 is played once at the beginning of the sixth repetition, and finally 886 is played
D|4-------7-------8-------| once at the beginning of part two). after you strum (just once) for part two, wait until
A|4-------7-------8-------| part one again and repeat.
E|2-------5-------6-------|


-Guitar 1-

Part 3
e|19-------19-------19----20-----| x2
B|---17-17----17-17----17----17--|
G|-------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------|


Part 4
e|18-------18-------18----19-----| x2
B|---16-16----16-16----16----16--|
G|-------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------|


-Guitar 2-

Part 2
e|------------------------| Play this the same as guitar two from above: first strum beginning at the start of part 3 and 
B|------------------------| the last measure of part four with silence. 
G|------------------------|
D|2-------5-------6-------|
A|2-------5-------6-------|
E|0-------3-------4-------|

-Guitar 1-

Part 3 x2

Part 4 x2

-Guitar 2-

part 2, same pattern as usual


-Guitar 1-

Part 5
e|14-------14-------14----15-----| x9
B|---12-12----12-12----12----12--|
G|-------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------|

-Guitar 2-

Part 3
e|----------------------------------| Ok, surprise surprise, strum once for each repetition of part 5 (guitar 1) and just
B|----------------------------------| over again until you get to the ninth repetition, then we have silence (besides guitar
G|----------------------------------| 1, that is)
D|9-------12------14-------16-------|
A|9-------12------14-------16-------|
E|7-------10------12-------14-------|

-Guitar 1 & 2- ok, here's the deal, it's the same formula, so you should be able to do this on your own. it's always
		going to be guitar two starting on the fifth repetition (for part one) and then it keeps going like that
		with silence on the last repetition. something worth noting, i guess: at the end, with part 5, obviously only
		play guitar part 2 once through, then when it fades, there is not guitar 2. have fun.
Part 1 x6

Part 2 x2

Part 1 x2

Part 2 x2

Part 3 x2

Part 4 x2

Part 3 x2

Part 4 x2

Part 5 x5

Part 1 x12 fade out


| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
===============================================================================

            
            
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L19L91L 10 Aug 11, 2006 11:01 AM

Awesome tab, it seems 100% perfect. I just had the urge to find this tab and learn that riff. Thanks a lot! 5 STARS!

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Robypfd 31 Oct 04, 2006 07:06 PM

this tab rocks.

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GreenPea 10 Mar 03, 2007 07:31 AM

Awesome job, i knew it was alot higher sounding then alot of the tabs on here, very nice job

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